WEBINAR - Family & Matrimonial Transfers
|Date:||29th Oct 13|
|Start Time:||1:30 PM|
|Price:||AU $ 130 (Inc. GST)|
|Member Price:||AU $88.00 (Inc. GST)|
|Earlybird Price (non Member):||AU $110.00 (Inc. GST)|
|Earlybird Price (Member):||AU $57.75 (Inc. GST)|
This seminar will be presented by Michael Giglio, Wallmans Lawyers and will cover the following issues:
- Matrimonial Transfers
- The right to claim following a settlement
- Distribution of funds
- Acting for both parties (e.g. 2 vendors that have separated)
- Matrimonial (Sec 71CB,CA) settlements
- Understanding of a court order
- Refresh on the definition of a domestic partnership
- Family Transfers
- Form 1 requirements - when is one needed
- Stamp Duty
- Adjusting rates & taxes
Michael joined Wallmans Lawyers in 2010 a a generalist practitioner assisting in the firm's Commercial, Property and Estate Planning divisions.
Michael provides advice on general commercial matters, including the purchases and sale of businesses, business structuring and franchising, drafting of constitutions and incorporation documents, commercial contracts, the establishments of trusts and general taxation considerations.
As a member of the Property, Construction and Infrastructure team, Michael assists clients with leasing and licensing advice and contract interpretation.
Michael's practice also involves the drafting of wills, powers of attorney and guardianship, as well as the provision of advice regarding the administration of deceased estates.
Michael has joint degrees in Law and Commerce from The University of Adelaide and prior to joining Wallmans Lawyers, worked as an internal management accountant for a regional hotel.
Member registrations received before 28 February 2013 will receive a 25% discount ($57.75).
As of 1 July 2013 prices will be:
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NOTE: No refund will be given unless more than 7 days notice is received by the AIC. Cancellation may invalidate discount. Registration must be accompanied by correct payment in order to secure a seat. AIC reserves the right to cancel sessions that do not reach the minimum number of participants required (full refunds given).